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A See-Saw programme with BRIAN CANT
Harry the Hatter gets a harness for his horse and deposits a heap of hats in return. Help hunt out some more Bric-a-Brac that begins with H. Designer
MARY PENLEY EDWARDS See-Saw producer MICHAEL COLE
Written and produced by NICK WILSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Cant
Unknown:
Mary Penley Edwards
Producer:
Michael Cole
Produced By:
Nick Wilson

A series of seven programmes
An inter-school knockout competition with games on the field and in the swimming-pool.
Semi-final: from North Kesteven Sports Centre, North Hykeham between DOWNTON SECONDARY
SCHOOL, Wiltshire, PENWEDDIG HIGH SCHOOL, Aberystwyth, and ST COLM-CILLE'S HIGH SCHOOL, Crossgar Introduced by Ron Pickering with guests Konrad Bartelski and Clive Sullivan
Engineering managers KEN LOCKHART and derek PRICE. Sound ROGER GUEST Producer pitir CHARLTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Konrad Bartelski
Unknown:
Clive Sullivan
Unknown:
Ken Lockhart

starring
Sidney James , Kenneth Williams Kenneth Connor , Liz Fraser Dilys Laye , Esma Cannon Lance Percival
Captain Crowther of the SS Happy Wanderer sets off on a Mediterranean cruise with a new crew-and grave misgivings. The Carry On crew create havoc afloat in their efforts to impress Captain Sidney James with their efficiency.
Screenplay by NORMAN HUDIS Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Sidney James
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Unknown:
Kenneth Connor
Unknown:
Liz Fraser
Unknown:
Dilys Laye
Unknown:
Esma Cannon
Unknown:
Lance Percival
Unknown:
Sidney James
Unknown:
Norman Hudis
Produced By:
Peter Rogers
Directed By:
Gerald Thomas
Captain Crowther:
Sidney James
Leonard Marjoribanks:
Kenneth Williams
Arthur Binn:
Kenneth Connor
Gladys Trimble:
Liz Fraser
Flo Castle:
Dilys Laye
Wilfred Haines:
Lance Percival
Sam Turner:
Jimmy Thompson
Tom Tree:
Cyril Chamberlain
Bridget Madderley:
Esma Cannon
Jenkins:
Vincent Ball

by PETER SPENCE
A series of seven programmes starring and Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Producer GARETH GWENLAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Spence
Designer:
Ian Rawnsley
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan
Audrey fforbes-Hamilton:
Penelope Keith
Richard DeVere:
Peter Bowles
Marjory:
Angela Thorne
Rector:
Gerald Sim
Arnold Plunkett:
Dennis Ramsden
J J Anderson:
Jonathan Elsom
Brabinger:
John Rudling

The Last Scene of AU
' Last scene of all ... Is second childishness ... Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.'
(As You Like It)
Shakespeare wasn't entirely right; there was nothing depressing about Nellie Potter and Lizzie Stratford when Judith Hann met
2 them on a geriatric ward in I Amersham. She went to work there for a week, to find out more about old age and the frail final stages of life.
Producer DAVID FILKIN
(Are We Being Served highlights some of the problems of pensioners tomorrow at 9.25 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Nellie Potter
Unknown:
Judith Hann
Producer:
David Filkin

The bright lights and busy streets -the low dives and dark alleys-cops and crooks - doctors and lawyers - the good and the bad - this is the city - these are the people. A film series starring and Epidemic
Panic grips the city when a drugs dealer, wounded in a police shoot-out, is found to have bubonic plague....
Written by ROBERT W. GILMER Directed by HARVEY s. LAIDMAN

Contributors

Written By:
Robert W. Gilmer
Directed By:
Harvey S. Laidman
Dr Bergstrom:
Maud Adams
Lou Pellegrino:
Vincent Baggetta
Megan Powers:
Molly Cheek
Joe Gilland:
Dennis Franz
Frank Wajorski:
Daniel Hugh-Kelly
O.Z Tate:
Richard Lawson
Ken Dutton:
Craig T Nelson
Dr Carson:
Kristoffer Tabori
Angie Moyer:
Talia Balsam
Michael Cochran:
Ralph Seymour

starring and in Jeeves and the Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace
Signature tune and themes by SANDY WILSON
Adapted by RICHARD WARING from the short story by P.G. WODEHOUSE
Designed by DARROL BLAKE and JOHN WOOD The World of Wooster is produced In association with PETER COTES Produced by MICHAEL MILLS

Contributors

Unknown:
Sandy Wilson
Adapted By:
Richard Waring
Story By:
P.G. Wodehouse
Designed By:
Darrol Blake
Designed By:
John Wood
Unknown:
Peter Cotes
Produced By:
Michael Mills
Bertie Wooster:
Ian Carmichael
Jeeves:
Dennis Price
Claude:
Timothy Carlton
Eustace:
Simon Ward
Sir Humphrey Wardour:
Clive Morton
Aunt Agatha:
Fabia Drake
Marion Wardour:
Jennie Woodford
Uncle Oliver:
Harry R Fripp

In the last of four interviews in this series, The Rt Hon Sir Harold Wilson , mp, talks to Anthony King , Professor of Government at Essex University, about the last phase in his political career.
Sir Harold recalls his period in opposition in the early 70s; recounts the Labour Party's shift to the Left and the tactics he used to deal with it; explains how and why he changed his views towards the Common Market and why he decided to hold a referendum; and recalls the February 1974 election that led to his return to power.
He also tells why he made Tony Benn his Industry Secretary after Labour's election victory in 1974 and why he decided to remove him one year later. And talks, too, about his sudden resignation from the Premiership and the Leadership of the Labour Party in 1976. Production assistant MONA ADAMS Film editor ALAN MARTIN Producer JAMES HOGAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Harold Wilson
Unknown:
Anthony King
Unknown:
Tony Benn
Unknown:
Mona Adams
Editor:
Alan Martin
Producer:
James Hogan

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